Scotland’s Centre for
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Visit / Exhibitions

Library offering visitors a chance to explore and analyse a wide range of sustainable building materials by Architecture and Design Scotland.

Florence Dwyer's work pays particular interest to the design of educational and domestic settings and predominantly takes the form of ceramics, textile pieces or furniture.

Graphic design studio A Day Out, present an exhibition showcasing their design approach and recent projects.

A collaboration between two visual artists resulting in a collection of short animated films about architecture and the built environment.

The exhibition is inspired by “Frostpinna” – lollypop sticks often used as toys, which ceramic artist Laura Lightbody discovered on a recent trip to Iceland.

This exhibition celebrates Glasgow’s everyday urban design with aspects of architectural drawing.

This project brings together a diverse group of people to produce their own recycled plastic building materials.

Cryptic presents "Visaurihelix" by Louise Harris, an interactive sound installation inspired by the architecture of Charles Rennie Mackintosh.


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